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spoiling tactic Line breaks: spoil|ing tac|tic

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Definition of spoiling tactic in English:

noun

A strategy designed to obstruct or prevent the success of a project, opponent, etc. the home side, frustrated by the Wasps' strong defence, resorted to spoiling tactics

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